The Greater Avenues Community Council is an all-volunteer community group working to improve the quality of life for all Avenues residents. There are countless ways for you to get involved!

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Attend Meetings
Get to know your community and the issues we face by attending our monthly Community Council meetings. Join us the 1st Wednesday of every month at 6 PM at the Sweet Library (445 F Street). Board meetings fall on the 2nd Wednesday of each month, also at Sweet Library at 6 PM, and are open to the public. 

Become a Board Member
Represent your Avenues by serving on the GACC Board. The GACC seeks new board members annually, beginning in September for the following calendar year. Elections are held in November and board members serve an annual term. Board members bring issues forth, participate in community discussions, determine monthly meeting agendas, contribute to our monthly newsletter (The Agenda) and serve on committees working to improve our community. Contact Merrliee Morgan our 2024 Nominating Committee Chairperson if you would like to be a 2025 Board Member. View our current GACC Board and our Vision & Bylaws.

Avenues Street Fair
There are dozens of opportunities to help with the annual Avenues Street Fair in the months before or on the day of the Fair. Learn more here.

Memory Grove Cleanup
Bring your family for a morning of service dedicated to beautifying this historic community park. Learn about the work of the Memory Grove Foundation

You don’t have to be a board member to get involved with the GACC. Committees are integral to getting work done in our community. Learn about them here.

Sponsor the GACC by making a donation. We use GACC funds to make community improvements, and to pay for our monthly newsletter and web page

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